Setnakt - A Spell For Crossing The Desert

Setnakt - A Spell For Crossing The Desert

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The Divine formula of Xepera Xeper Xeperu, whose physical form had entered the
consciousness of Magus Aquino from Budge's Egyptian Language, had as its most recent
form before Budge a spell of Slaying Apep and Knowing the Manifestations of Re, written
the same year that Alexander the Great died. An earlier form of the spell appears on a statue
of Ramses III, second Pharaoh of the XXth dynasty, in which Ramses III is depicted as the
god Khepher. The image of Khepher exists at a shrine in the eastern desert, which travelers
would stop at before attempting a crossing to the East. Ramses III is a significant figure
among Setian emperors, because he is described in the Great Harris Papyrus as Xu thenru
ast ast a ari-f em suten (Translated as "He did many glorious things and mighty deeds as
High Priest). This phrase was incorporated in the Book of Coming Forth by Night to
describe Anton La Vey, and providing a Hidden link to the Xepera Xeper Xeperu formula.